Mark Twain referred to Montréal as “The City of a Hundred Steeples” in 1881. What a particular nickname given by the renowned author! This month Randy took the camera out to capture sunsets in this beautiful city. The weather has been almost perfect in August. Long days and colorful skies after 6pm. You won’t see […]
Filmed in Downtown Los Angeles, California. July 2012.
Filmed in Downtown Los Angeles, California. March 2012.
Filmed in South Los Angeles, California. May 2011.
Filmed in Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles, California. April 2011.
Filmed in Desert Hot Springs, Twentynine Palms and Yucca Valley, California. March 2011.
We started producing time-lapse videos in Los Angeles back in 2012 and in view our tremendous success we decided to produce similar videos in Montréal, New York, Las Vegas and Chicago.
I have to start by saying that the title of this video doesn’t mean that we covered the entire Montreal metropolitan area. We call it “Montréal Total” because this video has photo sequences of the city made during different seasons, from Winter 2012 to Fall 2017. When I saw all the scenes together for the […]
After the third installment of the TimeLAX series, we have been producing time-lapse videos that are theme-based such as “Hollywood Nights”, “Silicon Beach” and “The Old Sixth Street Viaduct.” This time we have released a piece that portrays mainly the traffic in the Los Angeles area along with traditional and not-so-traditional time-lapse shots of the […]
Québec Deluxe is a time-lapse photography project that will show the architecture, bridges, parks, city dynamics, and country side of the Québec Province located in Eastern Canada. The first video of this project, dedicated to the city of Montréal, was shot entirely during summer of 2016. Montréal has experienced many changes for the past 30 […]
Today has been the busiest day for Randy and myself in New York City. I started capturing the clouds over midtown from Greenpoint. Randy went to Central Park and surrounding areas. I had a meal consisting of delicious fried chicken and french fries before going to Manhattan and that was enough to keep me alive […]
Today I went to Queens to capture the sunset from the 40th Street station. The number of trains arriving to this station in the afternoon during rush hour is simply unbelievable. This time-lase photo sequence was very easy to set up and execute. There were no security guards around and even with so many people […]
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